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Alum Aramina Vega Ferrer Presented with Lifetime Achievement Award
On a perfect summer evening, Fordham Graduate School of Education administrators, faculty, alumni, friends and family gathered for the annual GSE Alumni Reunion and Block Party held June 9th on the Plaza at Lincoln Center. The GSE also uses this occasion to recognize an outstanding alum each year. After being entertained by an upbeat Cuban [...]
At Lincoln Center, Fordham Community Celebrates Return of Block Party
Reporting by Tom Stoelker | Photos by Chris Taggart, Dana Maxson, and Tom Stoelker More than 500 Fordham alumni, family, and friends gathered at the University’s Lincoln Center campus on Thursday evening, June 9, for the annual Block Party celebration. It marked the first time the alumni reunion was held in person since 2019 due to [...]
Fordham GSE Alum Named President of Front Range Community College
The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) has named Colleen Simpson, Ed.D., GSE ’14, as the next president of Front Range Community College (FRCC) in Colorado. She will be the first African American to lead the college. Simpson brings years of experience and expertise to the role in enrollment management, student affairs, academic affairs, teaching, and [...]
The Professional Development Resource Center for Religious and Independent Schools’ Motto: You Ask, We Listen, We Deliver
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, Roser Salavert, Ed.D., has found her latest role as director of the Fordham Graduate School of Education’s Professional Development Resource Center (PDRC) for Religious and Independent Schools a truly fulfilling part of her long and distinguished career in education. Founded in 2019, the PDRC is part of the GSE’s [...]
Block Party Reunion Set to Return to Fordham’s Lincoln Center Campus
In a 1987 cover story on life at the University’s Lincoln Center campus, Fordham Magazine wrote, “Typifying the student … becomes an impossibility. … Each embodies the many moods, many visions, many facets, and many possibilities of Fordham University at Lincoln Center. Much like the city it was intended to serve, Fordham on the West [...]
Diane Rodriguez, Ph.D., Named Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Education
“I am lucky to be giving my time and expertise to the academic institution that opened my horizons and made me a creative and analytical thinker,” says Diane Rodriguez, Ph.D., on her appointment as associate dean for the Fordham Graduate School of Education. “In my new role, I want to be supportive of GSE colleagues, [...]
At Diploma Ceremony, Fordham Celebrates Educators as Leaders in Creating a More Just Society
Photos by Marisol Diaz On a warm, sunny spring afternoon in the Bronx, Fordham conferred master’s and doctoral degrees and advanced certificates on 281 students from the Graduate School of Education, reminding them that the community of support they found—in each other, in their Fordham professors, and in their loved ones—will continue to buoy them [...]
‘You Are Tomorrow’: Fordham Class of 2022 Invited to Transform, Lead the World
Photos by Argenis Apolinario, Bruce Gilbert, and Dana Maxson “No one is an island. No one stands alone. Each one’s joy is my joy,” the Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts, III, told the more than 16,000 gathered at the Rose Hill campus to celebrate the Class of 2022. That joy, along with a few heartfelt [...]
From Ethiopia to the Bronx to Mississippi, Students Work Within Their Communities
Photos by Taylor Ha Two graduating students have made community-engaged learning their priority in the Bronx and beyond: Ellie Bauer, GSAS ’22, a graduate student from Minnesota who recently accepted a job in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Benjamin Medeiros, FCRH ’22, a Rhode Island native who will return to Fordham this fall to [...]
Joshua Holloman, GSE ’22: An Army Captain Embraces New Perspectives
Photo by Patrick Verel To become a better military leader, Joshua Holloman has taken a cue from the civilian world. Growing up in Colorado Springs, Holloman was immersed in military culture. He graduated from high school in 2010 and enrolled in the New Mexico Military Institute. He went on to earn a B.A. in history [...]